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The Tourist Map of Kilimanjaro National Park, Tanzania 2009/2010

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By: Veronica Roodt(Author)
colour photos, colour maps, scale 1 : 160 000, size unfolded 84 × 60 cm (W × H)
The Tourist Map of Kilimanjaro National Park, Tanzania 2009/2010
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Kilimanjaro National Park is in northern Tanzania. This map also consists of satellite photos as a backdrop to the roads etc. Each route has been described in detail to enable the reader to plan their climb and to decide which climb to do. There are various degrees of fitness required for certain routes and those are indicated on the map. All the huts and camps are indicated on the map. There are enlarged satellite maps of the top of the mountain, which shows the localities and names of the glaciers. There are enlarged satellite maps of the top of the mountain, which indicate. There is an animal, bird and plant checklist on the back, indicating the most common species to be encountered. There is information about the mountain, the geology, history and climate. There is also a section on planning the climb, what you can expect on the mountain, what you should take along, health precautions, what kind of food to pack etc.

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By: Veronica Roodt(Author)
colour photos, colour maps, scale 1 : 160 000, size unfolded 84 × 60 cm (W × H)
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